Thanks, did that and moved scope up 1 slot on mount(was all the way back) and put 1 layer of electricians tape at back and of scope between base of scope and the rectangular scope plate. Problem solved, even dropped elevation 4 clicks. I'm a rabbit hunter, not target shooter. Hopefully will work long term.
Good luck with that. My son had an issue with a Bushnell installed by Cabella’s. They over torqued the mounts and bent the tube on the scope. Bushnell WOULD NOT replace it in warranty, the overed a discount on another scope.
He replaced it with it with a Vortex Diamondback and bought more Vortex Scopes. He also used a FAT screwdriver system for correct torque.